Anger Bundle (calm down tools, anger resources)

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This Anger Bundle is packed with calm down tools and anger resources that can help kids work through and understand their anger.

Included are four resources:

1) Anger Monsters

2) Calm Down FlipBook

3) Keep Your Cool, Don't Have a Meltdown

4) Anger Workbook

Check out the information below for a detailed description of each product.

1) Anger Monsters

Sometimes a student just needs to calm down while building a monster and coloring for a bit before they are able to clearly express what made them so angry. This resource is designed for just that.

Included are three types of monster eyes and six monster body templates with various types of questions that can be used with all types of students based on ability levels. The monster bodies include various drawing and writing activities that are designed to calm students down while challenging them to think of what makes them angry and how they can better handle that anger.

These anger monsters have allowed my students to calm the angry monsters within themselves. I hope your students find great success with them too.

2) Calm Down FlipBook

This Calm Down Flipbook is a quick way to get students thinking and talking about how they can control their emotions and anger.

Assembly is a breeze. Print all pages on colorful paper (double sided printing FLIP ON SHORT EDGE). Line the pages up in the correct order, fold over, staple and you have your very own flipbook!!!

This flipbook has students explore and recognize their triggers, identify their unique type of anger, test out new calming strategies, learn to take control of their emotions and recognize which strategies might work best for them.

My kiddos love this, I know yours will too! :)

3) Keep Your Cool, Don't Have a Meltdown

Included in this download:

*Keep Your Cool Posters (19)

Each feature a different strategy that will help your students learn to keep their cool. These are perfect for cool down corners, think time areas, or as a visual aid while teaching the calm down strategies.

*Flip Book for Students

This is a mini version of the posters that students can keep close by or at their desk. They can avoid meltdown mode if they refer to these handy cool down strategies.

*Don’t Have a Meltdown Chart

Displays the 19 cool down strategies in an easy to understand way.

*Bookmarksand Desk Charts

The bookmarks are perfect for any student and the desk chart are ideal for students who need an easy to locate visual reminder of the strategies.

*Think Time Sheets (4)

(require writing and reflection, consider student ability level before use)

Think time is an important skill for everyone, not just our little ones, to learn. Think time allows a person to step back and reevaluate their current situation, allowing them to not act in the heat of the moment. Once calmer, they can think of how to handle the situation from a rational perspective.

I know when I am upset I do not think the clearest or make the best choices for myself, why would I expect a child to be able to?

Think time allows children a safe outlet to bounce around ideas of what they did, where they went wrong and what they are going to do about it. It allows children to process the information without feeling the need to become defensive or protect themselves. They can problem solve and come up with their own solutions, allowing for tremendous personal growth and development.

Let’s face it, we may be teachers, but ultimately we’re still human. We are the rational adults, however sometimes we let our emotions get wrapped up in the situation. We are invested in our students and can have an emotional reaction to their behaviors at times (no matter how hard we try to hide it). Think time can also provide a much needed break from the situation, for both the student and the teacher.

4) Anger Workbook

All too often I see angry kids. Everything seems to set them off. When I ask them to talk about what happened, they cannot seem to put their feelings into words.

This workbook is designed to help children understand and express their anger. This interactive booklet requires kids to explore their anger through use of questions and drawing activities that force them to think deep and evaluate their own behavior.

Color and Black & White copy included in download.

I have found great success with my students who use this workbook. I hope yours do too.

Be cautious of student ability levels when using with second grade. This activity requires a lot of writing.

For small version, print workbook double-sided (for best results, I click double-sided "short-edge binding" when printing). Simply fold the pages in half with the front and back cover facing out and staple to bind the booklet.

For full page booklet print double sided with long edge binding.


I hope your kids LOVE this bundle!

Mrs. Bell

The Crafty Counselor


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